Comparative Efficacy of Ancylol, Ivomec, Mebendazole and Piperazine Against Ancylostoma Caninum in Experimentally Infected Pups
Ancylostomiasis (hookworm disease) is a disease of worldwide distribution. The most widespread of all hookworm species is A. caninum and it parasitizes dog throughout the tropics and subtropics. Due to its high prevalence and its zoonotic significance, Ancylostoma caninum has gained major importance in the field of veterinary as well as public health research. In recent years the realization that A. caninum can cause human gut disease has sparked off renewed interest in its study.
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